Survey: Poor people in slums do not know about Youth Fund
A majority of youth in low income settlements have never heard of the Youth Enterprise Development Fund and therefore have never used it, a new survey shows.
By Peter Kiragu 7 years ago
Survey: Poor people in slums do not know about Youth Fund
New money transfer service opens in Kenya
Competition for the international money transfer business in Kenya heightened yesterday with the entry of a new player.
By Peter Kiragu 8 years ago
New money transfer service opens in Kenya
Why developers need project managers
You must have at one time or another come across an unfinished residential or commercial building.
By Peter Kiragu 8 years ago
Why developers need project managers
Global payments portal to ease Kenyan businesses importing woes
Imagine you need to import machinery from China or India. Normally, you would need to take your shillings and exchange them for dollars prior to paying the supplier. A similar process would occur on the receiving end, with the dollars exchanged for the supplier’s currency.
By Peter Kiragu 8 years ago
Global payments portal to ease Kenyan businesses importing woes
Data loss costing companies dearly
Kenyan organisations are losing 45 terabytes of data annually owing to human error and hardware breakdowns.
By Peter Kiragu 8 years ago
Data loss costing companies dearly
Kenya-Ethiopia power project moves notch higher
The construction of a high voltage direct current converter substation at Suswa for the power lines that will link Kenya and Ethiopian grids could commence one month from now and latest in January next year.
By Peter Kiragu 8 years ago
Kenya-Ethiopia power project moves notch higher
Tuskys to enroll youth in internship programme
Tuskys has unveiled an ambitious six-month internship programme that will see 1,500 youths across the country equipped with the skills to work in a supermarket every year.
By Peter Kiragu 8 years ago
Tuskys to enroll youth in internship programme
US construction firm shifts base to Nairobi
America-based X-Calibur Construction Systems Inc has announced plans to set up base in Nairobi from where it will be supplying specialist construction products to other parts of Africa.
By Peter Kiragu 8 years ago
US construction firm shifts base to Nairobi
New geothermal wells set to produce 61MW
Jubilee government’s target of 700 megawatts of geothermal power will have an additional 61MW by end of next year.
By Peter Kiragu 8 years ago
New geothermal wells set to produce 61MW
Tea farmers to earn Sh63b in bonuses
Tea farmers across the country will receive Sh63.6 billion in bonuses next month, thanks to the weakening Kenyan shilling, better prices and higher sales volumes.
By Peter Kiragu 8 years ago
Tea farmers to earn Sh63b in bonuses
KQ in talks with Pakistan to lease planes, says official
A section of Pakistan media reported over the weekend that Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), had finalised plans to take over, on lease terms, the planes from Kenya.
By Peter Kiragu 8 years ago
KQ in talks with Pakistan to lease planes, says official
KQ to earn Sh1.4b from leasing of planes to Pakistan carrier
Details are now emerging that the Pakistan government is about to seal a deal to lease three Boeing 777 from cash strapped Kenya Airways (KQ).
By Peter Kiragu 8 years ago
KQ to earn Sh1.4b from leasing of planes to Pakistan carrier
StarTimes South Africa to sack workers
Startimes Media South Africa is laying off staff amid what it termed ‘difficult economic circumstances’.
By Peter Kiragu 8 years ago
StarTimes South Africa to sack workers
Kenya seeks trade ties with Norway
Kenya and Norway are seeking close business ties to strengthen economic growth and create jobs in the two countries.
By Peter Kiragu 8 years ago
Kenya seeks trade ties with Norway
Publishers raise alarm over increasing piracy of books
Publishing houses in Kenya could be losing billions of shillings every year to hungry book pirates who collude with bookshops and some schools to maintain the illegal trade.
By Peter Kiragu 8 years ago
Publishers raise alarm over increasing piracy of books
How firms use performance index to succeed
“In 2006, I was named the Manager of the Year and my life changed from there,” remembers Sanjay Brahambatt, managing director of East Africa’s largest plastics manufacturer - Blowplast Group.
By Peter Kiragu 8 years ago
How firms use performance index to succeed
High expectations for forum from founder of construction SME
Aged just 24, Gertrude Kurgat and Linda Rotich are among Kenya’s youngest female entrepreneurs in the booming construction field.
By Peter Kiragu 9 years ago
High expectations for forum from founder of construction SME
Is the Salaries and Remuneration Commission an underdog of the government?
The establishment of Salaries and Remuneration Commission (SRC) in The Constitution of Kenya which was promulgated in 2010 was meant to bring sanity in the wider Kenyan Public Service, more so in the area of remuneration.
By Joseph Mboi 9 years ago
Is the Salaries and Remuneration Commission an underdog of the government?
Ruto talks tough, vows to deal with sponsors of protests
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